North American Fisherman Is Hot and Cold in December Issue

Minnetonka, MN - The December issue of North American Fisherman is hot and cold; hot new baits for 2013 and tried and true tested cold-water jerks and jigs are the focus to help you on the water. Additionally, Editor-in-Chief, Kurt Beckstrom, shares his memories of Ray Weber, founder of Normark Corp. (known today at Rapala USA) in a special tribute. North American Fisherman is a member-exclusive magazine of the North American Fishing Club, the premier community for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.

"You've fished dozens, if not hundreds, of lures for a variety of gamefish species. But like me, you no doubt have a soft spot for one or two particular baits. In this issue of North American Fisherman we highlight lures of all kinds. Perhaps one of them will become your new favorite," said Beckstrom.

Articles in this month's issue include: "Hot Shots," 17 lures multi-species anglers should fish next year; "Top 10 Cult Lures," baits that fly under the radar. In addition, the "Fishing Lessons" column offers solid tips that will help anglers catch more bass this winter. Don't miss the "Tech Corner" with a tip-to-butt redesign of St. Croix's LegendXtreme.

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About North American Fishing Club:
North American Fishing Club is the largest fishing organization of its kind, and through its official publication, North American Fisherman magazine and TV show, North American Fisherman, has been educating, encouraging and entertaining anglers since 1988. The NAFC's mission is to help fishermen of all types improve their fishing skills, catch more and bigger fish, and thus enjoy their sport more. The Club also acts as a vehicle through which anglers from all points of the compass can communicate-sharing success stories, photos and videos through the magazine, website and the social network. For more information on the NAFC, visit: fishingclub.com, follow us on Twitter @nafishclub and on Facebook at facebook.com/fishingclub

 

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